Medical Home Monitor, December 17, 2012
December 17, 2012 Volume IV, No. 22


  1. Connected Care Program Successfully Integrates Behavioral, Physical Healthcare for Medicaid, Dual Eligibles

  2. Enhanced Anthem Blue Cross Care Coordination Pairs Member with Personalized Health Team

  3. Can Social Media Help Fight Childhood Obesity?

  4. Infographic: The Cost of Health Literacy

  5. Telephone Talks with Nurse Can Reduce Hospital Re-admissions: Study

  6. New Behavioral Strategies May Help Patients Learn to Better Control Chronic Diseases

  7. New Chart: Key Steps for Patients at Hospital Discharge

  8. Interdisciplinary Team Improves Care Coordination for Dual Eligibles

  9. Q&A: What are special considerations for dual eligibles at hospital discharge?

  10. Will Millennial MDs Speed EMR Adoption?

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